We asked the leaders of four firms with prominent nonprofit practices to share how they successfully developed their niches and expertise within the sector. Below, some growth strategies from Washington, D.C.-area accounting, consulting and technology firm Raffa, New York-based accounting, tax and financial services consulting firm SaxBST, Chicago-based accounting and consulting firm BDO, and Baltimore accounting firm Ellin & Tucker.

Todd Polyniak, partner of SaxBST's not-for-profit industry service group explained that the firm currently serves the education, social service and religious sectors, as well as foundations, private clubs, cultural and arts organizations.

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